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RIPPER STREET is a riveting new crime series set to premiere on BBC America on January 19, 2013 at 9/8c. The eight-part series is set in and around Whitechapel in London's East End in 1889, during the aftermath of the infamous Jack the Ripper murders. Check out the sneak peek below!
The series, created by "Mistresses" writer Richard Warlow, features a dynamic cast starring Matthew Macfadyen ("MI-5," "Pride and Prejudice"), Jerome Flynn ("Game of Thrones"), Adam Rothenberg ("Alcatraz"), MyAnna Buring ("The Twilight Saga," "White Heat") and David Dawson ("Luther," "Secret Diary of a Call Girl"). The action centers on the notorious H Division, which is charged with keeping order in the all-consuming chaotic East London streets.
Produced for the BBC by Tiger Aspect Productions and Lookout Point, the project is made possible with the participation of Bord Scannnán na hÉireann/Irish Film Board. BBC Worldwide is distributing the series globally.
BBC America's SVP of Programming, Richard De Croce said: "We're thrilled that 'Ripper Street' is coming to our channel as part of Dramaville, the home of outstanding British drama. To this day, audiences continue to be fascinated by Jack The Ripper and the events in Whitechapel in the late 19th Century. This script and cast are going to take us for a great ride. We're excited to be involved in such an ambitious production with Tiger Aspect and Lookout Point."
BBC America is co-producing alongside Tiger Aspect Productions and Lookout Point. The series has begun filming on location in Dublin and will continue until late July.